Hello my dears,
Another year, another opportunity to enjoy life. My advice to you is to be yourselves, do not be afraid to live life according to your nature. Be honest, kind, brave and happy. Each of you has enormous value for our society so take it and help others. And if you have someone to whom want much to apologize or re-establish contact, do not waste time because nobody knows tomorrow.
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This is our first vlog and we decided to talk about a very funny theme.
How many times have you wanted a Mr. Darcy or even Captain Frederick Wentworth?
Your man may be a little lost but we're here to help him and you too. ;)
We know we have to improve a lot but for now this was our best
I hope you enjoyed it! :D
“I imagined myself indifferent to her, but I was just angry and resentful. Too late … too late I began to understand me and her. I never met one like her good sense and sweetness of character. She is the perfection itself. I have never loved anyone who is not her. ”
Today I decided to talk a little bit of a film that I love so much, "Ever After: A Cinderella," by inspired the fairy tale Cinderella.
One of the reasons I like it so much is because the film is quite realistic, we are used to fairy tales, the imaginary magic but it happens that sometimes the nightmare we live in real life can become a dream. Honestly, I have nothing that I dislike in this film. The actors were very well and our protagonists are one of the cutest couples I've ever seen in a movie, the scenery is beautiful and I love the fact that they brought historical moments, more particularly the relations of France and Spain, in that time. This film has almost 20 years but remains one of the finest.
I leave here my favourite scene of the film. I hope you like it!
After the film, I can't wait to start reading the book. My expectations are very high but I'm sure that I will like. I don't know if any of you read the book but let me know if that happen and give me your opinion :)
- Jane Austen
- Seth Grahame-Smith
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